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Debbie Ingram — a Chittenden County senator with a diverse background that ranges from television production to ministry — minces no words when she weighs in on what might be the loudest call for justice since the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s.

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Most Vermonters are proud that their state was the first to adopt a constitution outlawing slavery.

Unfortunately, like so many origin stories, there’s a lot of falsehood in this claim.

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Physical Pride marches may be canceled this year because of COVID-19, but Pride will continue to be celebrated in Vermont.

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the first Pride parade, on June 28, 1970, in New York City.

Green Mountain Habitat for Humanity is accepting applications for five homes they’ll be build for low-income families.


On the eve of Juneteenth, Vermonters came together as only they safely can during COVID-19 – through a video chat. But the importance of the conversation was no less than if it had been held i…

Rebecca Holcombe, Vermont’s former education secretary and a Democratic candidate for governor, gives Gov. Phil Scott high marks for most of what he’s said and done during the coronavirus pandemic.

A unique approach to business development is needed in these unusual times, and two Shelburne businesses are receiving help – virtually – from LaunchVT to develop despite the troubled economy …


Against the backdrop of economic downturn some of Vermont’s shops have been able to thrive. Like their local peers, they been forced to change their practices — but have enjoyed a remarkable u…

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